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Dec 8, 2013 1:05pm EST
and that touched me being in the heart in the capital city of ohio. i'll be brief. the question is almost a follow-up to my colleague's question, but not as it relates to the church or faith-based. so often people in my district will say go to the church and they'll take care of it and that doesn't happen. when you need a loan in my district, the churches can't sustain new a home or with medical or groceries. if there was one thing you could say to us, i'm a so-what person and a resolve person. we're here and we heard you. what's the one extra thing you would like me to do, whether it's in my district or legislatively or here in a committee, what's the one thing? >> for me, and i've been asking myself what congress is doing and what they are doing for me as an individual and a community. i know you're not my representative. you do represent me in other ways. i think it's to find a way to resolve these issues that are facing our nation. help the people that are under yo your -- my husband and i were talking on the way to the airport that this is the congress that has done the least amount for the a
Dec 8, 2013 2:40pm EST
. [laughter] he was born in new york city, he was raised in montreal. he went to mcgill and after that was a commonwealth scholar at oxford, then went to the harvard medical school and was a psychiatrist, practiced for three years, was the chief resident at massachusetts general hospital. briefly went to work for president carter, was a speech writer for vice president mondale during his presidential campaign and then where i got to meet him was when he came to "the new republic" in early 1981. and at the time "the new republic," if i may say so, was, it was the golden age. charles was there and mike kingsley and rick hertzberg and what was interesting about it, at least to me, was you had a group of people who had different ideas and frequently fought over them, but it wasn't a monolithment at any -- monolith. at any rate, charles won the national magazine award for commentary in 1984, a very cofted prize for anybody who's a magazine writer x. then in 1985 he went to work for "the washington post" as a columnist. and within two years he had won a pulitzer prize for commentary. si
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